A perfect blend of melancholic melodies, fat beats, groovy rhythms and jazzy atmospheres. Tomme is an italian drummer, polyhedric musician and songwriter. His work takes inspiration from great classics of contemporary experimental music like Amon Tobin, Jaga Jazzist, Cinematic Orchestra and Soft Machine. "Giorno in cui" is a deep and heart-touching chronicle of a special day. Topics: tomme, giorno in cui, pitjamajusto, electro acustic, melancholic, fat, beats, groovy, rhythms,...
Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad 2-6-2 Class R-5-A 2057 at Bethany, Missouri on July 18, 1934, photograph by Mickey Tomme, Chuck Zeiler collection. Number 2057 was built by Baldwin as a class R-5 in 1906 (c/n 28459), rebuilt to class R-5-A in September 1923 and retired in July 1952. Topic: CB&Q 2-6-2 Class R-5-A 2057 Burlington
What would the ideal documentation system for a community driven project like Drupal look like? From the outside Drupal is perceived as a well documented project, and several people choose to work with Drupal because of this. On the inside however, a lot of people complain about the documentation. What's the reason and the meaning of these differences in perception? In this session I want to present the results of a survey that I'll do in preparation for Drupal Dev Days to investigate the... Topics: DITA, documentation, graphmind, rdf, rdfa, single sourcing, Drupal, devdays2011, drupaldevdays
A presentation of the work we've done at Pronovix to leverage DITA documentation in community sites built in Drupal. In the presentation I discuss not only how this work will lead to a very interesting DITA CMS with a lot of community functionalities, but I also discuss how the DITA and Drupal communities could benefit from a closer integration and collaboration and how Drupal could help to grow the DITA community 5 fold in the next few years. Topics: DITA, Drupal, Documentation, Single source documentation, publishing, community, RDFa
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractIndigenous Culicoides biting midges are suggested to be putative vectors for the recently emerged Schmallenberg virus (SBV) based on SBV RNA detection in field-caught midges. Furthermore, SBV replication and dissemination has been evidenced in C. sonorensis under laboratory conditions. After SBV had been detected in Culicoides biting midges from Belgium in August 2011, it spread all over the country by the end of 2011, as evidenced by very high... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3900700